Supporters Club has come across well-written open letter to Pirates chairman Dr. Irvin Khoza in light of recent happenings.
"This is an open letter to Dr Khoza: Chairman of Orlando Pirates, The Mighty Buccaneer," he wrote.
"Mr Irvin Khoza, I've been following this Big Brand team since the early eighties, 1981 to be specific,
"I've been with this African giant for long enough to be able to air my dissatisfaction of the latest performance from the team. I agree that I don't have access to the closed doors happenings in the team to the higher hierarchy of the team, but what was displayed on the field of play was a total shame, total disappointment and total disrespect to the spiritual owners of this lovely and historic team of this magnitude.
"To most of us (supporters), we don't get what we deserve from the technical team as well as playing personnel. There seems to be lack of commitment, passion, and accountability; the body language of the players does not show commitment to their jobs.
"Our coach, as well, is not satisfying at all. I know I'm not a qualified coach by profession, but Muhsin must not create space for his favourite players, he must let players compete for the starting line-up fairly. Our so-called senior players don't show any commitment or leadership at all (Rakhale, Makola, Manyisa, Sarr and Jele). There is no leader in our team like when we had Lekgwathi.
"If these so-called established and seasonal and experienced players do not want to take responsibility let the coach drop them, no player is bigger than our super brand, Orlando Pirates.
"We can't be held hostage by individuals. My plea is: take action, Mr Khoza, it's high time you called these players and the technical team to order. Three seasons without silverware, it's a shame. How are we going to celebrate our 80th year? By ending the season in 7th position?
"Act now, Mr Khoza, enough is enough." – Lejapapii
What do you make of this supporter's plea to Dr Khoza?